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Our Story

Since 1938, generations of guests have celebrated at Lawry’s The Prime Rib.
We value and appreciate our role in any occasion - any moment - a guest shares with us.

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1937

From the beginning, founder Lawrence Frank insisted all employees call each other “co-workers” to encourage team spirit and mutual respect. The term is still used today.

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1937

The $32,000 price tag for a new silver cart today is still comparable to that of a Cadillac.

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1939

From the beginning, founder Lawrence Frank insisted all employees call each other “co-workers” to encourage team spirit and mutual respect. The term is still used today.

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1951

The $32,000 price tag for a new silver cart today is still comparable to that of a Cadillac.

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1960

From the beginning, founder Lawrence Frank insisted all employees call each other “co-workers” to encourage team spirit and mutual respect. The term is still used today.

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1962

From the beginning, founder Lawrence Frank insisted all employees call each other “co-workers” to encourage team spirit and mutual respect. The term is still used today.

Story Slide
1937

From the beginning, founder Lawrence Frank insisted all employees call each other “co-workers” to encourage team spirit and mutual respect. The term is still used today.

Story Slide
1937

The $32,000 price tag for a new silver cart today is still comparable to that of a Cadillac.

Story Slide
1939

From the beginning, founder Lawrence Frank insisted all employees call each other “co-workers” to encourage team spirit and mutual respect. The term is still used today.

Story Slide
1951

The $32,000 price tag for a new silver cart today is still comparable to that of a Cadillac.

Story Slide
1960

From the beginning, founder Lawrence Frank insisted all employees call each other “co-workers” to encourage team spirit and mutual respect. The term is still used today.

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1962

From the beginning, founder Lawrence Frank insisted all employees call each other “co-workers” to encourage team spirit and mutual respect. The term is still used today.

Story Slide
1960

From the beginning, founder Lawrence Frank insisted all employees call each other “co-workers” to encourage team spirit and mutual respect. The term is still used today.